Rediscover the Joy of Smiling with Customized Complete Dentures
Complete Dentures

Complete Dentures

Complete dentures are a type of dental prosthetic used to replace an entire arch of missing teeth. They are custom-made to fit each patient’s unique mouth and can help restore the appearance and function of natural teeth. Complete dentures can improve the ability to speak, eat, and smile with confidence. They are a common treatment option for patients who have lost all of their teeth due to decay, injury, or other factors.

Complete dentures are a type of removable prosthesis that replaces all of the teeth in the upper or lower arch or both. They are designed to restore function, improve speech, and enhance the appearance of the smile for those who have lost all or most of their natural teeth.

Complete dentures can be customized to fit each patient’s unique oral anatomy and help them regain confidence in their smile and ability to eat and speak comfortably.

Benefits of Complete Dentures

Here are some benefits of complete dentures:

Improved oral Function

Complete dentures can restore the ability to chew and speak properly, which may have been compromised due to missing teeth or ill-fitting dentures.

Boost in Self-Confidence

By restoring your oral function and enhancing your appearance, complete dentures can help boost your self-confidence and self-esteem.


Unlike partial dentures or dental implants, complete dentures do not require any invasive procedures or surgery, making them a convenient option for many people.

Improved Quality of Life

Complete dentures can help you eat, speak, and smile with confidence, leading to an overall improvement in your quality of life.

Process of Complete Dentures

The process of getting complete dentures typically involves several steps, including:

The first step is to schedule a consultation with a dentist or prosthodontist to discuss the options for complete dentures and determine if they are the best solution for the patient’s needs.
Once it is determined that complete dentures are the best option, the dentist will take impressions of the patient’s mouth to create custom-fitted dentures.
Wax try-in
After the impressions are taken, the dentist will create a wax model of the dentures for the patient to try on. This allows for any necessary adjustments to be made before the final dentures are created.
Final Fitting
Once the wax try-in is approved, the final dentures will be created using the impressions and the wax model. The patient will return to the dentist for a final fitting to ensure a proper fit and comfortable feel.
After the final fitting, the patient may need to return for adjustments to the dentures to ensure proper fit and comfort.

Overall, the process of getting complete dentures can take several weeks or months, but the end result is a comfortable, natural-looking smile that can greatly improve a patient’s quality of life.

Potential Problems and Solutions

Although complete dentures can greatly improve a patient’s ability to eat, speak, and smile confidently, there are some potential problems that may arise. These can include discomfort or soreness in the gums, difficulty chewing or speaking, slipping or clicking of the dentures, and changes in the fit of the dentures over time. However, many of these issues can be addressed by adjustments or modifications to the dentures.For example, if the dentures are causing discomfort or soreness, our team can adjust the fit or recommend a denture adhesive. If the dentures are slipping or clicking, we may recommend a denture reline or adjustment. It’s important to communicate any issues or concerns with our team so that we can provide the best possible care and ensure that the dentures are functioning properly.

Types of Complete Dentures

Complete dentures come in two types: conventional and immediate dentures, both of which are fully removable. Conventional dentures are made after the gum tissue has healed, while immediate dentures are placed in the mouth immediately after extraction.

These are fully removable dentures that are placed in the mouth after all the remaining teeth have been extracted and the gum tissue has healed. The process of making conventional dentures typically takes several appointments over a few weeks.

These are also fully removable dentures, but they are placed in the mouth immediately after the remaining teeth have been extracted. They are made prior to the extraction appointment so they can be placed in the mouth right after the extraction is completed. However, they may require adjustments as the gum tissue heals and shrinks over time.

Caring for Complete Dentures

Caring for Complete Dentures is important to maintain their longevity and prevent damage. Here are some tips to help patients care for their complete dentures:
By following these tips, patients can help to ensure that their complete dentures stay in good condition and provide them with a comfortable and functional smile.
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